Electrical retailer Hughes is hoping to improve driver efficiency with new in-cab technology in its fleet of delivery vehicles.
A popular Lowestoft theme park has revealed plans to make better use of its facilities throughout the year.
Turnover has risen at an East Anglian brewery but profits have fallen due to the closure and redevelopment of its hotel.
The region’s breweries are seeing low and non-alcoholic versions of their beers grow more popular as drinkers cut down on booze in favour of healthier options.
As more people move away from alcoholic drinks the market for non-alcoholic drinks is rising and the region’s breweries are aiming not to be left behind.
Employment in three districts in the region falls below the national average, according to figures compiled by a union.
The port of Lowestoft experienced its busiest day of the year so far as a fleet of vessels made use of its facilities.
Ground investigation works have been carried out as the final editions are made to Lowestoft’s third crossing plans.
Southwold brewer and distiller Adnams is celebrating more awards – and a sales boost – for its flagship gin brand.
Boulton & Paul (B&P) was a jewel in the industrial crown of Norfolk.
Cefas has delayed filing its application for the redevelopment of its premises until this Friday, July 21.
East Anglia Transport Museum has laid out plans for a million pound expansion project that would see its premises almost double in size.
One of East Anglia’s best-known car dealerships has left family ownership after nearly a century, following a seven-figure acquisition by a Sussex counterpart.
One of East Anglia’s best-known car dealerships has left family ownership after nearly a century, following its acquisition by a Sussex counterpart.
Fashion retailer Store Twenty One, which has stores across the East of England, has gone into liquidation with the loss of 900 jobs nationally.
An iconic building on Lowestoft’s seafront has been given a new lease of life.
Decommissioning the North Sea could cost an estimated £59.7bn but the UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has set the goal of completing the work for less than £39bn.
With the rising popularity of gin, a distiller is aiming to hit the right spot by launching a ready mixed G&T.
Farmers urged Suffolk shoppers to back British farming yesterday at a series of events around the county to mark the first anniversary of the EU referendum.
A new strategy has been revealed to better exploit gas fields in the Southern North Sea (SNS) – with the hope it could provide a boost to the industry on the East Anglian coast.
Southwold-based communications agency Spring has renewed its contract to handle tourism marketing for the Moroccan National Tourist Office.
The five Norfolk and Suffolk branches of Swinton Insurance have been spared from closure, following a company review.
A new alliance has been formed in Lowestoft in an attempt to revitalise the town’s fishing economy.
Energy leaders hailed the prospect of jobs for generations to come as the turf was cut for an £11.4m energy skills centre.
East Anglian breweries are among more than a dozen which have teamed up to produce a limited edition beer for this weekend’s Great Get Together - a celebration of the late Jo Cox MP’s belief in shared values.
Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft firms were among the exhibitors at Europe’s largest offshore wind energy conference.
Young people from across the region will be able to learn skills putting them at the “cutting edge” of the energy industry after a multi-million pound centre was given the green light.
Partners behind the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm have awarded a long-term operations and maintenance contract to support vessel operator Seacat Services.
Innovators in offshore wind energy must continue work to drive down costs as the sector asserts increasing dominance over the East of England coast.
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Concerns over the amount of homes earmarked for Lowestoft and how the town’s infrastructure will cope have been raised at a public consultation on Waveney’s future development.
A Lowestoft lifeguard was praised after his quick reactions saved the life of a young boy caught in a rip current.
A Broads Authority quay assistant has been hailed a hero after saving a four year old girl who fell into the water between a boat and the quayside at the Great Yarmouth Yacht Station.
As the parents of a former England footballer, Leonard and Valerie Butcher are used to seeing their family in the press.
Local people will be given the opportunity to have their say on the proposals for the Lake Lothing Third Crossing.
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